American Homoeopathist, Volume 23

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Chatterton-Peck., 1897 - Homeopathy
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Page 227 - FLOWER in the crannied wall, I pluck you out of the crannies, I hold you here, root and all, in my hand, Little flower — but if I could understand What you are, root and all, and all in all, I should know what God and man is.
Page 452 - LlSTERINE is to make and maintain surgical cleanliness in the antiseptic and prophylactic treatment and care of all parts of the human body.
Page x - IS THE MOST POWERFUL ANTISEPTIC AND PUS DESTROYER. HARMLESS STIMULANT TO HEALTHY GRANULATIONS. GLYCOZONE (CP Glycerine combined with Ozone) • IS THE MOST POWERFUL HEALING AGENT KNOWN. THESE REMEDIES CURE ALL DISEASES CAUSED BY GERMS.
Page 229 - tis good to think of them When we are troubled sore! Thanks be to God that such have been, Although they are no more. More homelike seems the vast unknown Since they have entered there; To follow them were not so hard, Wherever they may fare ; They cannot be where God is not, On any sea or shore ; Whate'er betides, Thy love abides, Our God, forevermore.
Page 280 - To be able to relieve pain, whether it be a slight nervous headache or the most excruciating suffering from a severe neuralgia, brings the height of pleasure to both patient and attendant. The ideal remedy must not only do its work, but it must also do it quickly. Touching this point...
Page 241 - ... but it was not until the beginning of the present century that it was commenced in earnest by France, soon to be followed by the other European countries and by the United States.
Page x - Glycozone" by express, charges prepaid. Hydrozone is put up only in extra small, small, medium, and large size bottles, bearing a red label, white letters, gold and blue border with my signature.
Page 39 - Journal emphasizes the fact that the bladder, when partially paralyzed from parturition, or any other cause, can always be made to empty itself perfectly by throwing a large amount of very warm water into the bowel, thereby doing away with the necessity of using a catheter — a most important consideration, particularly when the patient lives at a distance from the doctor. After difficult and protracted labors...
Page 229 - And so beside the Silent Sea I wait the muffled oar; No harm from Him can come to me On ocean or on shore. I know not where His islands lift Their fronded palms in air; I only know I cannot drift Beyond His love and care.
Page viii - BLOOD CORPUSCLES filling the field, in all their integrity, fullness, and energy, ready for direct transfusion into the system by any and every mode of access known to medical and surgical practice ; alimentary, rectal, hypodermical, or topical. In short, it is now an established fact, that if Nature fails to make good blood, we can introduce it. Nothing of disease, so . . . far, has seemed to stand before it.

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